The Wrestle of Religion with Truth

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INDEX
Æsthetic experience, 187.
Ayres, C. E., 20 n.
Belief:
infallibility of, 17.
intuitive, 245.
true, 16, 17.
verification of, 16, 17.
Bible infallibility, 17.
Cause, ultimate, 160 ff.
Church, 128, 129.
Complacency in religion, 146.
Concepts:
distinguished from beliefs, 7 ff.
general uses of, 216.
philosophical treatment of, 235.
religious use of, 31, 40, 229 ff.
value of, in practical arts, 30, 31.
Concretion, principle of, 182 ff.
Confucius, 245.
Consciousness, 214 ff.
Conservatism and progressivism, 47 ff.
Determinism, 149.
Dewey, John, 237 n.
Experience:
æsthetic, 187, 199.
contrasted with truth, 21, 22.
moral, 204.
mystic, 153 ff.
religio-æsthetic, 203.
sensuous, 249.
non-conceptual, 214.
Experimental method:
as common sense, 239 ff.
dependent on mysticism, 158.
in religion, 63 ff.
of Christ, 60, 67.
Fundamentalism, 56.
God:
adjustment to, 83.
beliefs about, 14.
certainly known, 125.
concept of, 14 ff., 179 ff.
definition of, 59 ff.
perception of, 92 ff.
three uses of idea, 54.
Good and evil, 163, 187, 188, 200
Habits, 90 ff.
and auto-suggestion, 73 ff.
classification of, 84.
good and bad, 86.
in adjustment to God, 83 ff.
in perception of God, 83 ff.
Habit formation:
methods of, 99 ff.
and worship, 106 ff.
Hegel, 252.
Hocking, Wm. E., 64.
Illusion:
religious, 150 ff.
philosophical, 221.
Indeterminism, 149.
Infallibility unattainable, 17, 45.
Interest and value, 160 ff.
Intuition and truth, 251.
James, Wm., 100.
Janet, Pierre, 114, 116, 119.
Jesus, 66, 127, 245.
Herrick, Judson, 215 n.
Kallen, Horace, 150ff.
Lao Tse, 245.
Love, 138, 139, 163, 164, 175, 199 229.
Missions, 168.

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